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. you have, if you will, the new egypt represented by mohamed morsi and the islamists and muslim brotherhood against, versus the old egypt in the court system, people appointed by a mubarak and the issue of course as you know is will there be a constitutional assembly that will proceed with a new constitution, will that proceed or will the court strike it down. i think the islamists have the advantage right now. morsi does because he has tremendous public support from his movement, and there will be dueling demonstrations on tuesday. i would expect the muslim brotherhood dominated that demonstration to be the larger one. >> the other question is what account u.s. do, what should the u.s. do? >> this is going to be a difficult balancing act for the obama administration because, of course, the united states must support the continuation of democracy especially in egypt which is the heart of the arab world. and so i think you'll see some criticism by the state department and white house where president morsi has announced but on the other hand you saw last week how important morsi w
, cbs news, new york. >> turning overseas, the struggle over egyptian president mohammed morsi expanded powers ratcheted up another notch today, a panel of top judges denounced the move as an unprecedented assault on the judiciary, joining a wave of protests that includes top opposition leaders as well as demonstrators on the street. >> holly williams joins us now from cairo with the latest. >> chip, here in central cairo we are seeing protesters angry with morsi and throwing stones at the police and are firing back with tear gas canisters, and earlier today one prominent opposition figure, mohammed al faridi accused the president of giving himself the powers of a pharoe a ah. >> the protests were smaller than yesterday. >> those who believe president morsi made a brazen power grab clashed with the authorities. >> but many here who support president morsi's expanded role. >> a spokesperson for his freedom and justice party, she says the new measure that is temporary and not anti-democratic, because mr. morsi wants 52 percent of the vote in the, won 52 percent of the presidential electio
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